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Old 02-19-2008, 03:28 AM
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ive used the search function many a time, and cant exactly find an answer. what other performance mods are really WORTH doing and spending money on after i/h/e? OTHER than nitrous or turbo....cams? pulleys? fuel system? cam gears? underdrive?
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Old 02-19-2008, 07:04 AM
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Nitrous, Turbo kit, S/C,cam/cam gear, tune, 5spd swap, engine swap

Any or all of the above.
 
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Nitrous, Turbo kit, S/C,cam/cam gear, tune, 5spd swap, engine swap

Any or all of the above.
What he said, or just build the internals of the current engine. Because depending on what engine you swap in most likely your I/H/E won't work withthe swapped engine.
 
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Switch to OBDI and run Hondata
 
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Crank pulley
 
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how do u switch to OBDI?
 
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yeah, im with 02blue. whats involved in switchin to OBD1?
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a harness, a new computer and potentially losing some comfort functions of the car ...... possibly more ..... aka, not worth the trouble, especially for a 6th gen AT.
 
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you really cant switch a 6th gen AT to obd1 for what ive found that whole pesky AT controller being needed
 
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you could do a H22 headswap with a solid-state distributor, knock sensor, and put some higher compression pistons in. youll get about 200hp with 11:1 compression setup.
 
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